The march is expected to bring hundreds of far-right activists, including neo-Nazis and white supremacists.
"This is outrageous and should be grounds for a lawsuit," Jason Kessler, the rally's organizer, said. "It's the racial targeting of white people for their ethnic advocacy."
Airbnb is cracking down on far-right users ahead of a planned protest that has been described as 'the largest hate-gathering of its kind in decades'. It follows a similar gathering by the KKK in July.
White nationalists who planned to visit the city of Charlottesville for a “Unite the Right” rally were disappointed when Airbnb blocked a few of their accounts. Jason Kessler, organizer of the rally, called on fellow White nationalists to…
The cancellations come after a neo-nazi group boasted it had booked seven houses for 80 to 90 people from various alt-right groups.
The company say the rally's attendees violate the "Airbnb Community Commitment."